Online Therapy for Overcoming Anxiety
Online Therapy for Anxiety via Skype
Types of Anxiety
Generalized Anxiety DisorderThe defining characteristics of generalized anxiety disorders are uncomfortable, but relatively moderate level of nonspecific anxiety. Their course includes many periods of prolonged anxiousness, with few periods of calmness interspersed. The anxiety commonly includes prolonged sympathetic arousal, most often accompanied by muscle tension, jitters, insomnia, irritability and variety of bodily complaints, Difficulties with social relationships and depression also accompany the problem of generalized anxiety.
Panic disordersPanic disorders are defined by sudden, brief, attacks of acute anxiety and extreme autonomic arousal. A person suffering from panic disorder is prone to frequent panic attacks. Panic attacks are unexpected in the sense.
Phobic DisordersThe phobia is an intense and irrational fear of some object, event, activity or situation. It is irrational in the sense that the fear greatly exceeds any danger that might be inherent in the feared stimulus. This term issued only when the fear and avoidance behavior are sufficiently intense to seriously disrupt the individual’s life in some way. Phobias are common at all levels of society at all ages and in both sexes.
Obsessive compulsive DisorderIn the obsessive Compulsive Disorders, the individual feels compelled to engage in a senseless, often stereotyped behavior, or has recurrent thoughts that are unpleasant and seem to be out of the individual’s.
Symptoms of Anxiety:
- Unable to relax and tense and Difficulty concentrating.
- Fear of losing control and fear of being rejected.
- Unable to control thoughts and confusion and unsteady.
- Mind blurred and weakness all over.
- Hands sweating and Dizzy feeling.
- Heart racing and face flushed.
- Sentences disconnected and speech blocked.
- Fear of being attacked and fear of dying.
- Difficulty breathing and urgent need to urinate.
- Hands trembling and body swaying.
- Diarrhea and nausea
- Facial paleness and feeling of choking.
Causes of AnxietyIt is difficult to talk about the causes of anxiety disorders in general because the many subtypes of anxiety differ from one another in some important respects. Yet there are enough similarities among those disorders. It appears that of origins of maladaptive anxiety are multiple, with a number of factors interacting to determine anxiety both biological factors, which include stress, social learning and cognition appears to be involved. There are two factors basically that are involved in anxiety disorder. One is biological factor and other is psychological factor.
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Anxiety Counseling Online - Learn How to Overcome Anxiety
Now, how to overcome anxiety? This is a challenge for many people. The number of people suffering from anxiety is very large indeed, so you are not alone if you are experiencing anxiety and if you are seeking help to overcome your anxiety. You can learn a great deal about how to work with anxiety and how to overcome anxiety and panic attacks by visiting my website - the link is below.
The thing that I would like to explain to you today is how we can use mindfulness, Mindfulness Therapy, for overcoming anxiety. Mindfulness Therapy is my specialty, and is what I write about in my book, 'The Path of Mindfulness Meditation', and it is a very, very effective way of working with anxiety disorders of all kinds.
The major issue that people experience when they are suffering from anxiety is this habitual tendency to become identified with thoughts and emotions. Thoughts and emotions arise due to conditions, it's just part of our conditioning, and anxiety thoughts and anxiety emotions are no different. We learn these particular patterns of responding, reacting, to situations whether externally or to stimuli coming internally in the form of thoughts and memories.
Now, just because a thought or memory arise in the mind does not mean that we have to become anxious. that is the result of this process of identification, where we literally become the thought or emotion or memory that arises. Now, a large part of Mindfulness Therapy is learning how to break this habit of becoming, this habit of reactive identification with thoughts and emotions. Because, if you can stop the process of becoming identified with the contents of your mind, then you stop feeding the anxiety reactivity itself. And, if you don't feed the anxiety, it will begin to change, also by itself. The main problem is reactivity, and mindfulness is perhaps the most skillful therapeutic method there is for learning how to break this cycle of reactivity, by developing awareness and by developing compassion. Compassion, of course, is the greatest healing force for mental suffering.
So, if you would like to learn more about Mindfulness Therapy, which I offer Online via Skype, please visit my website and CONTACT ME! Thank you!
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